Parkridge Health System Names Tim Lemacks As Vice President Of Surgical Services

  • Thursday, June 20, 2024
Tim Lemacks
Tim Lemacks
Parkridge Health System announces the appointment of Tim Lemacks as the new vice president of surgical services.

Officials said, "With an impressive 32-year tenure at Parkridge Health, Mr. Lemacks brings a wealth of experience and a deep-rooted commitment to his new role as vice president of surgical services. His appointment marks a significant step in ensuring operational excellence."

“Tim has been an exceptional leader and colleague at Parkridge Health in his time, and we’re thrilled to have him continue the fine work he has done for our health system as our surgical services executive,” said Chris Cosby, president and chief executive officer of Parkridge Health System. 

Officials said, "Since joining Parkridge in 1992 as an orthopedic first assistant, Mr.
Lemacks has been on a remarkable journey of growth and service. His diverse roles, including orthopedic coordinator, orthopedic product line manager, and director of surgical orthopedics and spine, have equipped him with a deep understanding of our healthcare system, making him the ideal choice for the role of vice president of surgical services."

“I’m grateful to accept this new position at Parkridge Health System,” Mr.Lemacks said. “I look forward to continuing the great work being done here for our patients and Chattanooga.”

Mr. Lemacks has worked in healthcare for 40 years, beginning in environmental services, before becoming a surgical technician. He received his bachelor’s degree in healthcare management from Western Governors University and is a licensed orthopedic physician assistant.
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